Morgan Noad
Morgan Noad


Valley Forge, Pa.

High School:
Conestoga HS




**2014 First Team All-Big South, Big South All-Tournament Team, Capital One Academic All-District
**2013 Big South All-Freshman Team, Big South All-Tournament Team

2014 (Sophomore): Earned All-Big South first team honors and repeated as a Big South All-Tournament Team selection... Named to Cosida's Capital One Academic All-District team... Started all 56 games as either catcher or designated player... Ranked second on the team with a .309 average, 15 home runs, 49 RBIs, 107 total bases, a .648 slugging percentage and a .411 on-base percentage... Hit a team-high nine doubles, along with one triple... Named Big South Player of the Week on March 24... Bettered each of her freshman hitting averages by at least 59 percentage points... Also was second on team in both multiple-hit (14) and multiple-RBI games (12)... Had first career mulit-home run game against Longwood on April 19, while tying her career-high with three hits, set on April 5 vs. Liberty... Had career-high six RBIs vs. Saint Peter's on March 1, including her fifth career grand slam... Recorded two hits in five consecutive games from March 15-23.

2013 (Freshman): Named to Big South Conference's inaugural All-Freshman Team and Big South All-Tournament Team... Set the freshman record and shared the team-lead with 15 home runs, equaling the second-best single-season total in school history and ranking tied for fifth in the Big South in 2013 and first among freshman... Hit four grand slams, which tied for the third-most in NCAA history for a single season... Had two game-winning home runs in the eighth inning, including one against Winthrop on the third day of the Big South Tournament...Had at least one hit in all five tournament games, batting a team-best .467... Was behind the plate for every inning of the season and led the team in slugging (.588), while ranking second with 39 RBIs and fourth with 28 runs ... Named to 2012-13 Big South Presidential Honor Roll.

At Conestoga HS: During her first three seasons, she posted a .461 batting average, 79 hits, 58 RBI, 49 stolen bases and nine home runs, despite seeing limited action as a junior due to injury ... Named to the All-State Second Team, Philadelphia Inquirer All-Southeast Pennsylvania Second Team and All-Central League honorable mention as a sophomore ... Earned All-Southeast Pennsylvania and All-Central League Second team honors and All-State honorable mention honors as a freshman ... Two-time team Most Valuable Player as a freshman and sophomore ... Offensive Most Valuable Player her senior season ... Honor Roll as a junior and senior.